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Lesfic Party Today for Authors and Readers

New year, new books! Lesfic is growing and we’re throwing a party to celebrate. Join me and several other authors and readers on Facebook today for a Lesfic Party. The party starts at 1:00 Eastern time and ends at 11:00 … Continue reading

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Christmas is Coming! – The Lesfic Author List

Back in June of this year, I created a blog post titled The Top 153 Lesfic Writers Alive (and Still Writing) Today. My motives were pure. Yes, I write lesfic myself but I’ve been an avid reader of it for … Continue reading

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The Top 255 Lesfic Writers – Huh?

On June 12th I published a blog post, The Top 153 Lesfic Writers Alive (and Still Writing) Today. The post went viral with thousands of views over a few days (and it’s still getting a handful a day). Authors and readers … Continue reading

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On Reading: Megan Casey writes about The Top 20 Lesbian Mystery Novels

From author Megan Casey on the Lesbrary; a great list of some of the best lesbian fiction mysteries available today. http://lesbrary.com/2015/03/18/megan-casey-writes-about-the-top-20-lesbian-mystery-novels/ Please follow and share:0

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On Writing: Should We Write Genre Fiction for a Specific Audience Only?

I’ve been participating in a lengthy ongoing discussion about book promotion with several other authors on Goodreads. The discussion is approaching 400 comments with one man dominating the conversation now for the last few weeks. Most of his comments are … Continue reading

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Why Goodreads is Important for New Authors

Have you published a book? Are you working Facebook groups and Twitter trying to connect with readers and market your work? How’s that working for you? If I were a betting woman – and I am – I’d bet that it’s … Continue reading

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